[As in "The Prevention of All Cancers", 2004 edition]
It takes a lot of liquid to "wash" the inside of your body. Taking it in the form of herbal teas gives you extra benefits. And extra enjoyment if you learn to make them with variations - especially if you need to produce a gallon of urine a day!
Any edema or "water holding", whether in lungs, arms, or abdomen, also requires strengthening of kidneys with this recipe.
When kidneys or bladder are actually involved in the cancer, gradually increase the dose to double the regular amounts. Be sure to start just as slowly though to avoid feeling pressure in the bladder.
Ginger and Uva Ursi remove methyl malonate from the kidneys which clogs them. It is also the cause of kidney failure and cystic kidneys. Take these supplements just before your meal to avoid burping. The boiled parsley combines with each one of the 5 malonic acid members that I call the M Family, and removes them.
When you order your herbs, be careful! Herb companies are not the same! These roots should have a strong fragrance. If the ones you buy are barely fragrant, they have lost their active ingredients; switch to a different supplier. Fresh roots can be used. Do not use powder.
(From "The Prevention of All Cancers", p. 561ff., Copyrightnotice)
You will need:
- 1/2 package Root mixture
- Black Cherry Concentrate, 8 oz
- Pinch vitamin B2 powder
- 4 bunches of fresh parsley (obtained at supermarket)
- Goldenrod tincture (leave out of the recipe if you are allergic to it)
- Uva Ursi
- Vitamin B6, 250 mg
- Magnesium oxide, 300 mg
- Hcl drops
- Sweetening (optional)
Previous versions of this recipe included vegetable glycerin. Recently I have been unable to find a source free from asbestos and silicone. Omit it
Other versions of this recipe allowed reboiling the roots when you have finished your first batch. Although this saves a few dollars, advanced cancer sufferers should use new roots each time. You need to do the kidney cleanse for six weeks to get good results, longer for severe problems.
(from "The Prevention of all Cancers, pp. 560; Copyright notice)